《摩尔庄园》手游上线后获得了部分玩家的好评，但好评重点多停留在“情怀”层面。其游戏本身在核心玩家群体中已经收到不少负面反馈。在各大游戏论坛上，部分玩家认为部分玩家认为《摩尔庄园》手游制作质量较低，建模没有质感，场景交互少，经常出现穿模bug。玩法过于休闲，游戏性较低。同时游戏优化较差，游玩时经常出现卡顿闪退的情况。 (Photo by Rotten Tomatoes)One of Hideo Kojima s most resonant achievements in his 30-year career as a video game designer and director came early. Kojima saved a troubled project at Konami called Metal Gear by reducing the game s combat and emphasizing avoiding detection, pioneering the stealth genre. When it was ported to the Nintendo Entertainment System, it sold over a million copies in America.Kojima returned to the series in 1998 with Metal Gear Solid for the PlayStation, a groundbreaking hybrid of intense stealth action dressed with stylish cinematic flair that went on to move six million units. He designed and directed four more direct Metal Gear sequels, piecing together a complex and occasionally bizarre tale of nanotechnology, nuclear proliferation, military conspiracies, and, yes, love blooming on the battlefield that has found wide appeal beyond core gamers.That explains the cast Kojima was able to put together for his latest game, Death Stranding. Through motion capture, Norman Reedus stars as as Sam Bridges, a cargo carrier tasked with connecting a post-apocalyptic America back online, outpost by outpost. Reedus is joined by Lea Seydoux, Mads Mikkelsen, Margaret Qualley, Lindsay Wagner, Guillermo del Toro, and Nicolas Winding Refn in an audacious boots-on-the-ground epic, which emphasizes collaboration with other players online over violent shootouts in rebuilding America, featuring Kojima s signature maximalist storytelling.He s always worn his inspirations in the open, and the way they weave into his games is part of their crossover charm and fun. You can get a sense of what movies Kojima watches through playing his games: Blade Runner is all over cyberpunk graphic adventure Snatcher, there s plenty of Escape From New York s DNA in Metal Gear Solid, and Death Stranding even has a major character named Die-Hardman. So when Kojima stopped by for a tour of Rotten Tomatoes HQ on the eve of The Game Awards where Death Stranding won Best Game Direction, Best Score/Music, and Best Performance (Mads Mikkelsen) we had to sneak in a Five Favorite Films.
如今国产手游一单648的标准，基本是沿袭自日本手游《扩散性百万亚瑟王》，当初代理商将国外648的定价原封不动的搬回了国内，结果没想到玩家依然那么能氪，其它厂商看到后，也跟着模仿，最后促成了国内手游市场的“繁荣”。天天连萌金币(Photo by Motion Picture Artwork © 2019 STX Financing, LLC. All Rights Reserved.)In a year in which franchises and reboots are dominating more than ever – and some are sounding the death knell for the traditional mid-budget drama and comedy – Hustlers is looking to buck a trend. It is one of the year s few movies without a 2 at the end of its title (or a 3 or 4, or a colon somewhere in the middle) to be generating serious box office buzz. Much of that has to do with the cast, which puts A-list star power via Jennifer Lopez alongside fresh-off-a-mega-hit It Girl Constance Wu, and peppers in some crowd-drawing names from the music world, with Cardi B and Lizzo along for the ride. And it has to do with the allure of the Hustlers story, a crime caper about a group of strippers who found a smart – and entertaining – way to swindle rich Wall Street types at the time that those same types were crashing the global economy.Directed by Lorene Scafaria (Nick and Nora s Infinite Playlist), Hustlers has sex, violence, money, great dancing, a killer soundtrack, and puts a very high heel on the neck of the 99%. Many are predicting it to be one of 2019 s first genuine surprise hits; the movie s rapturous reception at the Toronto International Film Festival has done nothing to dampen that expectation. A big success would be familiar territory for Wu, who made her first major studio picture last year playing Rachel Chu in the biggest surprise hit of 2018, Crazy Rich Asians. The star of ABC s Fresh Off the Boat – she assures us, unprompted, that she loves the show as much as we do and is happy to be returning to it – says Hustlers has another ingredient that crowds who show up on opening day might be surprised to see: a huge amount of heart. And that s something that may make this Goodfellas-style story of a group of women doing what it takes to get by even bigger than some are expecting.Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: I think a few people who go to this movie are going to be surprised that while Hustlers is about exotic dancers and is set in a strip club, it’s really about relationships – mothers, friends. Do you think people are going to expect that?Constance Wu: Yeah, I completely think that people are not going to expect it. I mean, for me, at the end of the day, this movie is really about friendship, a friendship between these two women [Wu’s Destiny and Jennifer Lopez’s Ramona]. Destiny thinks of Ramona as like an aspiration, a friend and a mentor. And Destiny s own mother abandoned her when she was little. So in that sense, Destiny has been seeking somebody like Ramona her whole life. I really think that that s kind of the story of the movie. It s not about stripping, it s not about robbing men. It s not about who s a hero, who s the villain. Because nobody s truly a hero or a villain. These girls did bad things and men did bad things. We re all just complex human beings. We go a little deeper than just the externals of what everybody thinks a strip club is.(Photo by Motion Picture Artwork © 2019 STX Financing, LLC. All Rights Reserved.)There have been a few high-profile movies that take place within the stripping world, but this seems to be the biggest high-profile one directed and written by a woman, and I think that really shines through. Was working with Lorene and having a female filmmaker overseeing this project one of the draws for you?Oh, for sure. Lorene and I instantly clicked. And I think it was important to have her lens on this movie and her pen, computer – her writing on it! And even Jessica Pressler, the woman who wrote the source material, which was the New York magazine article, to have her point of view. And then the fact that the New York magazine article was written from the perspective of Roselyn Keo, an Asian-American woman. It was really, from start to finish, a project that was centered around women and it was by and about women and told through the point of view of an Asian-American woman. That is really rare actually.My acting coach at one point commented, and he said, like, Hey, how come there are no men of substance in this movie? The men are just, like, there. And I was like, Yeah. And it doesn t mean we don t love men. Obviously, men have got great stories. But I said to my acting coach, Oh yeah, because it was not about them.” But that happens with women a lot, too. There are a lot of movies where the women are just there to be a prop, or they re just there to serve the story and not to have their own story. And the fact that it was so unusual that my acting coach had to pay attention, like, noticed it – that says something not about our movie but about our culture and the lack of this type of story and these types of roles.(Photo by Motion Picture Artwork © 2019 STX Financing, LLC. All Rights Reserved.)You mentioned it s about friendship and that really is the heart of it. And it seems so genuine, this bond that these women have, in particular that you and Jennifer/ Destiny and Ramona have. What did you guys do to establish that chemistry, because it sort of rang off the screen as so authentic.I think, at least from my perspective, I just really love and admire Jen so much, like naturally. And the more I got to know her, the more I just truly loved her. Because yeah, Jen is an icon, but when you get to know her, she s really down to earth. She has her sister on set with her, her kids come sometimes, her mom s there. She is a family person, and we just talked like girls. We just really enjoyed each other as people. It s interesting, because everyone s like, Oh how did you develop this chemistry? It s not like we did speed dating or something; it was like any friendship. It was a natural evolution from time spent with somebody that you love and admire. And also, Jen, by nature, is a very caring person, and this is only my second studio movie ever that I ve ever done, and she s done so many. So somebody like that really caring about me and nurturing me and just wanting to do whatever she could to make me feel comfortable, it meant a lot to me.Was there anything that you were surprised to discover that you had in common with Jennifer Lopez when you got to know her?Yeah. We were talking about some of our high school boyfriends. We had similar kinds of stories about that.The other thing that comes through when watching is how much fun some of the scenes in this movie must have been to shoot. I m thinking specifically about the Christmas morning party and the scene where all the girls get on stage together when a major celeb comes into the club. The Christmas scene was really fun just because we all love each other on that set, and we were just free and silly and whatever. And then also the Cardi and Jennifer pole dancing and lap dancing scene is so fun because we were improvising. The [celebrity] scene… it was super fun, but to be honest, physically it was a little hard to keep your balance on the stage with so many bodies around you. A lot of that scene, it was super fun, but a lot of it I m thinking like, Don t fall over, don t fall over. And there are takes, which obviously they didn t use, where I fell over because of those heels!(Photo by Motion Picture Artwork © 2019 STX Financing, LLC. All Rights Reserved.)Those heels are amazing. Was it intimidating to perform not just with J-Lo, who s known for her dance background, but also with so many of the others who had significant dancing experience?I don t know if scary is the right word for it, necessarily. It was really inspiring how good Jen was. Like in that scene where she dances to “Criminal,” I just wanted to stand up and cheer. It was just so amazing. But I will say that I was very relieved that my character was not supposed to be super great at dancing. So that kind of let me off the hook, in a way. Because Jen s character teaches Destiny how to get better at dancing. It works for the character is what I would say, and it was just inspiring to be able to work with women who had dance training and are incredible athletes.We said people might be surprised when they come into this movie: What do you want them to leave with?I want people to leave this movie caring about these characters and caring about them as people, as friends, and as women who are trying to make the best of a world that hasn t always been fair to them, and they re still figuring it out. Empathy and care is what I hope people get out of it. And fun I want people to laugh.Hustlers is in theaters September 13, 2019.
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A24 has only taken a handful of their films into wide release. Mostly on the horror side as The Witch, It Comes at Night, Hereditary, and Midsommar went there on opening weekend. Others like Spring Breakers, Mid90s, The Disaster Artist, Lady Bird, and their Best Picture–winning Moonlight got into the 1,000-plus venue category eventually. The lauded indie studio must be in stitches this weekend as they moved Josh and Benny Safdie’s Adam Sandler–starring thriller Uncut Gems, after two weeks of a successful limited release, into 2,341 theaters and saw it make .9 million on Christmas Day, .5 million over the weekend, and .86 million since Wednesday. After just five days of wide release, the film has made nearly as much as Midsommar did in 17. By next weekend, it will be the third-highest-grossing film in the studio’s history. This weekend was the second-best ever for the studio, and Uncut Gems is going to make a run at Lady Bird’s .95 million as their highest-grossing domestic film ever.Rotten Returns: Cats-tastrophe Continues, Bombshell Fizzles, and Richard Jewell BombsShining a dark light at the bottom of the list this week are three films that have not crossed the million line yet. Universal’s Cats is the biggest debacle among them. The million production may be drawing the curious, but .82 million in 10 days is just not going to cut it. Lionsgate’s Bombshell is not doing much better with just .63 million in 10 days of wide release and another 9,281 in a week of limited. Clint Eastwood’s Richard Jewell has been in release for 17 days, and the million film has only made .08 million of it back.The Top 10 and Beyond: Will Little Women Hit 0 Million?Speaking of director Greta Gerwig, let’s talk about the true newcomers to the Top 10 this week and how they are looking. Fifteen films have opened wide on Christmas Day and gone on to gross over 0 million. The Greatest Showman is the only one to do it while opening to less than million on the day. (Even more spectacular given it started with just .45 million.) Gerwig’s Little Women came close to that number with a .42 million start, and its odds of hitting the nine-digit milestone increase further with a million start in its first five days. Of 38 films opening between million and million in their first five days in December, 14 have done it, and this film has great word of mouth and is likely to have a solid run into awards season. The three films on that list to garner Best Picture nominations (as Little Women seems likely to) have posted the following grosses: Jerry Maguire with 3.95 million, The Green Mile with 6.8 million, and War Horse with .88 million. Steven Spielberg’s film earned .02 million in its first five days.Only three fully-animated films to open in December have grossed 0 million; Sing, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and The Prince of Egypt. Fox’s Spies in Disguise has gotten off to a good start with .08 million since opening on Christmas with .76 million. To set the odds for Spies crossing the milestone, see the aforementioned Little Women stats, but the film has started with a more favorable five-day than The Prince of Egypt (.69 million).One film that has successfully finished over the line this week is Rian Johnson’s Knives Out. 0 million and counting (including an additional 4.6 million internationally) has the mystery close to The Santa Clause 2’s numbers (3.58 million after 33 days and a .13 million fifth weekend). That film finished with 9.23 million, so somewhere between 0 million and 5 million seems a reasonable landing point for Knives Out, which has become the third-highest grossing original film of the year behind Us and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.Frozen II, meanwhile, joined the 0 million club this weekend. The sequel is now just a day or two away from becoming the highest-grossing November opener ever and is million ahead of the pace of soon-to-be-previous champ, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. It is now headed to pass 0 million domestic and has also joined the Top 20 worldwide grossers of all-time with eyes on finding another million to pass the original.Jumanji: The Next Level also had a solid week, and while it has not reached 0 million just yet, that achievement is just around the corner. Eighteen December-openers have grossed 0 million or more after 17 days. Sony’s sequel ranks 16th on that list, and only National Treasure: Book of Secrets and Sherlock Holmes failed to reach 0 million. Jumanji: The Next Level is at 3 million and only five of the 18 films (The Force Awakens, Avatar, The Last Jedi, Rogue One, and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle) on that list had a better third weekend. The Next Level has grossed over 5 million worldwide to date.In limited release, Sam Mendes’ WWI film, 1917, grossed an estimated million in its first five days for a per-theater-average of ,818 over the weekend in just 11 theaters. That is the 9th best of the year and its 0,000 over the weekend bested other 11-theater releases such as The Hurricane (1,225), Good Night and Good Luck (1,446), To Die For (6,510), and A Beautiful Mind (7,151). The 19th best of the year, Dustin Destin Cretton’s Just Mercy grossed 1,000 in four theaters for a ,750 PTA. Both films go into wide release on January 10.This Time Last Year: Aquaman’s 0 Million DominanceAudiences were still seeing James Wan’s Aquaman on the final weekend of 2018. It grossed .11 million and crossed the 0 million line on New Year’s Day. Mary Poppins Returns placed second with .53 million and passed its first 0 million on New Year’s Eve. The Top Five was rounded out by Bumblebee (.90 million), Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (.79 million), and The Mule (.16 million). Falling back to sixth and seventh were Christmas Day openers Vice (.76 million) and Holmes and Watson (.41 million), each of which grossed more in their first three days from Tuesday to Thursday than over the weekend. The Will Ferrell–John C. Reilly pairing became one of the 10 worst-reviewed wide releases of the year with just an 11% Tomatometer score. The leading per-theater-average of the week went to On the Basis of Sex (,798 in 33 theaters.) The Top 10 films grossed 5.71 million and averaged 67.3% on the Tomatometer.This year’s Top 10 grossed 5.34 million and scored Fresh ratings with 71.7% of critics.On the Vine: Another Grudge The first weekend of 2020 brings back a familiar horror series being remade (once again) for American audiences. Director Nicolas Pesce who gave us indie horror films, The Eyes of My Mother (78%) and Piercing (72%), takes over the helm for The Grudge, starring John Cho and Betty Gilpin. The 2004 remake (39%) opened to .12 million and grossed over 0 million. The 2006 sequel (10%) not so much, as it started with .82 million, but then could not even double that with just .14 million. Are audiences ready for a new one to kick off the new year?The Full Top 10: December 27-29Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019) 52% – million (1.79 million total)Jumanji: The Next Level (2019) 71% – .30 million (5.45 million total)Little Women (2019) 95% – .52 million ( million total)Frozen II (2019) 78% – .50 million (1.29 million total)Spies in Disguise (2019) 77% – .20 million (.08 million total)Knives Out (2019) 97% – .72 million (0.23 million total)Uncut Gems (2019) 91% – .55 million ( million total)Cats (2019) 20% – .83 million (.82 million total)Bombshell (2019) 68% – .70 million (.63 million total)Richard Jewell (2019) 77% – .01 million (.08 million total)
The story is also not a direct translation of Huxley’s 1932 novel. While this may dismay some AP English literature teachers, Ehrenreich is here for it.“I ve been a part of a few things now that are adapted from books and other source material, and I think the most important thing is to find a way to express the central essence of the thing,” he said. “A lot of times, just strictly, they’re different mediums. So just being overly faithful to it ends up being a pretty boring movie or series, because you can get across a feeling or an idea in a book in a way you can t in a film necessarily.“I think the best way to serve the original source material is to change it to make it vivid and alive for the medium it s now it,” he said.Working with the actor bring the material to life are costars Harry Lloyd (Game of Thrones) as grasping Alpha counselor Bernard Marx, Jessica Brown Findlay (Downton Abbey) as disillusioned Beta Lenina Crowne, Joseph Morgan as Epsilon CJack60, Kylie Bunbury (When They See Us) as Beta party girl Frannie, and Hannah John-Kamen (Ant-Man and the Wasp) as Alpha master of ceremonies Wilhelmina Helm Watson.(Photo by Steve Schofield/Peacock)The show also is one of several bullet points on Ehrenreich’s resume that highlight parts where he plays people who have fraught relationships with parents or authoritarian figures. See also: the movie Blue Jasmine or Matt Wolf’s documentary based on the Jon Savage (coincidentally) book, Teenage: The Creation of Youth Culture.Ehrenreich laughed when asked if this was intentional on his part and said he never thought about it much. But he also said it was almost inevitable because “if you’re playing a really deeply written and full character who’s under 35, their psychology, their worldview is very influenced” by parental figures and “it’s maybe more present in the story.”(Photo by © Lucasfilm/ © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)Brave New World marks another major science fiction project for Ehrenreich. Does he have a particular passion for that genre?“Not in and of itself,” he said. “I love the universe of Star Wars; I think that world is this incredible, mythological-rooted and incredibly imaginative world that George Lucas created,” he said, adding that Brave New World is very different.“This is sci-fi being used to hold a mirror up to our world, he explained. This is not about an escape into another world. This is about exaggerating undercurrents of the world we live in so that we can see them and experience them more vividly.”Brave New World premieres on Peacock on Wednesday, July 15.
In the 70-plus years since Isaac Asimov published his epic 1951 science fiction novel Foundation and its sequels — 1952 s Foundation and Empire and 1953 s Second Foundation — this space opera has inspired numerous movies and TV shows (and games, and comics, and other novels ). Not only can you see its influence in Star Trek and Star Wars, but elements of it have even turned up in Futurama.Now, after a few false starts, Asimov s influential trilogy is finally making its way to television courtesy of Apple+ and some familiar names. Slated to debut on September 24, the 10-episode show Foundation will be overseen by frequent Christopher Nolan collaborator David S. Goyer, with familial assistance from Asimov s daughter Robyn Asimov. The series is coming from Skydance Television, which previously produced the Netflix series Altered Carbon (which, not coincidentally, was also based on a classic sci-fi novel).In the intro to the show s first teaser trailer, Goyer noted that, People have been trying to make Foundation for over 50 years, and that the story is sprawling, [and] unfolds over the course of a thousand years. Ironically, the show s second trailer makes Foundation look a bit like the upcoming Dune movie, which is also based on a sprawling, multi-year sci-fi novel people have been trying (and usually failing) to bring to screens for years.(Photo by Apple TV+)Set in the far future, the show, like the novels, will follow as Hari Seldon (Jared Harris, pictured), the inventor of a new predictive science called psychohistory, who uses it to try and both slow and limit the impact of what he sees as the inevitable collapse of the Galactic Empire. Of course, this makes some people rather nervous, not the least of which is Hari, who s not only smart enough to invent a new kind of science, but also to know how the people in power will react to it.But while the novels are decidedly hard science-fiction stories, short on action and long on intellect, Apple+ s description of F
Zombie movies, like zombies themselves, always seem to be on the verge of a sluggish, protracted death only for a new filmmaker to come along and revitalize them yet again. Such was the case with Korean director Yeon Sang-ho’s 2016 film Train to Busan, which took its elevator pitch premise (“Zombies on a train!”) and turned it into a stylish, pulse-pounding, heartfelt thriller.Four years on, Yeon is ready to return with a film that as you can see from its title is more than just Train 2. Here’s what we know about Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula so far.There Won’t Be a Zombie Seok-woo(Photo by ©Well Go USA Entertainment)As you can probably guess from its Fast Furious Presents: Hobbs Shaw-like title, Peninsula will be set in the same world as the original movie, but isn’t a traditional sequel. Unfortunately, that means the hero of Train to Busan Yoo Gong’s Seok-woo really did sacrifice himself to save his daughter and won’t be returning either as one of the undead or as a bit of “Surprise! He survived!” plot trickery. Yeon has confirmed that Peninsula follows a wholly separate cast of new characters.The Title Refers to Korea Itself(Photo by ©Well Go USA)In some early interviews, director Yeon explained that in the new film, which is set four years after the original, all government authority in North and South Korea has been decimated, and there’s nothing really left to identify it as the civilizations they once were. So it’s no longer “Korea,” it’s simply “the peninsula.”Yeon Is Going Big(Photo by ©Well Go USA)While the claustrophobia of Train to Busan was a huge reason for its being so terrifyingly effective, Peninsula is aiming for a much larger scale (Yeon has been quoted saying that the scale of Peninsula will make Busan look like a tiny, indie film by comparison).The New Lead is From Busan, but Not From Busan(Photo by ©Well Go USA)Actor Gang Dong-won, who was supposed to make his Hollywood debut in 2019 in a currently shelved Simon West disaster film called Tsunami LA, actually hails from Busan, South Korea in real life (but was not in the first film in this series). In Peninsula, Dong-won plays Jung Seok, a soldier who managed to escape from the “peninsula” only to be ordered to return along with a new group of soldiers on a mysterious retrieval mission.It s Less Sociological Study, More Mad Max(Photo by ©Well Go USA)The original movie featured a cross section of South Korean society, from workaholic salary-man Seok-woo to arrogant and selfish COO Yon-suk to a PTSD-ridden homeless man, all having their everyday lives thrown into chaos when the zombies appear. Yeon has cited films like Land of the Dead, The Road, The Road Warrior, and Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome as main influences on Peninsula, which would indicate a more post-apocalyptic action flick than just zombie invasion horror.And We Mean a Lot more Mad Max, as in Zombie Thunderdome (Photo by ©Well Go USA)One of the first stills released from Peninsula appears to show some kind of fighting arena where survivors are thrown into the octagon against zombies, and the first trailer includes footage that backs up this idea. This also tracks with Yeon’s claims that he is exploring a world in ruin, where society has broken down and there are new, more savage, rules at play. Jung Seok and his fellow soldiers will find their mission jeopardized when they discover a group of survivors in this savage world trying to get off the peninsula.Peninsula Might Feel Timely, but It Won t Address the Origin of the Zombie VirusPeninsula was in the works before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the world, but Yeon claims that people are now seeing the sort of selfishness that leads to the tragedy he explored in Busan. He has teased that any origin or explanation for what caused the zombie outbreak would be fodder for another film. That said, Peninsula is technically the third film in the franchise; Yeon started his career as an animator, and in fact planned on making Train to Busan as an animated film until a producer encouraged him to consider live action. However, Yeon had done an animated film called Seoul Station that was made before Busan but released after, serving as a prequel to that film.Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula does not have an official release date in the US yet, but is expected sometime in Summer 2020. (Photo by Eve Lloyd Knight, We Buy Your Kids, Sara Wong)Fan-art super brand Mondo has just announced something sure to have adventurous cinephiles drooling – and reaching for their wallets.To celebrate 20 years of celebrated independent and foreign film distributor IFC Films and its genre-focused sibling IFC Midnight, Mondo commissioned several boundary-pushing artists and collectives to produce a set of exclusive limited-edition posters for 13 IFC releases. (OK, so technically it s been 21 years, but a certain global event pushed back the celebrations.)Among the collection of screen prints, you ll find new visual interpretations of Lars von Trier s Antichrist, Steve McQueen s Hunger, Lena Dunham s Tiny Furniture, and Noah Baumbach s Frances Ha.For genre fans, there s The Autopsy of Jane Doe, Berberian Sound System, and more.In all, the collection totals 16 screen prints (Valhalla Rising gets two posters, and The Punk Singer a set of three!). And, in a Rotten Tomatoes exclusive, you can feast your eyes on them below.Mondo will begin rolling out the prints for sale on a weekly basis from September 9 at MondoShop.com.(Photo by Anne Benjamin)(Photo by Aaron Denton)(Photo by Peter Diamond)(Photo by Laurent Durieux)(Photo by Eve Lloyd Knight)(Photo by Leslie Herman)(Photo by Rafa Orrico)(Photo by Greg Ruth)(Photo by Sara Wong)(Photo by Sin Eater)(Photo by Sin Eater)(Photo by Tula Lotay)(Photo by We Buy Your Kids)(Photo by We Buy Your Kids)(Photo by We Buy Your Kids)On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
天天连萌金币 This year, Rotten Tomatoes expanded our list of the best-reviewed LGBTQ movies of all time to 200 films. To celebrate those works and mark Pride month, we asked a number of Tomatometer-approved critics to reflect on the LGBTQ movies that influenced their lives and their work. One of the great challenges transgender people face is learning to deal with those who think we deserve to be treated differently because of who we are. For some, facing this idea that universal human rights are not actually meant to be universal can lead to outrage. In Sebastián Lelio’s A Fantastic Woman, protagonist Marina meets the challenge again and again as she is put in positions that undermine not only her gender identity, but also her basic dignity as a human being. As we follow her, the film offers a painstakingly authentic portrayal of transgender life.Too often, transgender narratives in film center themselves on the mechanics of transition, placing great emphasis on the pain of a soul in conflict with the nature of its being. A Fantastic Woman is a film set after all of that dust has settled, starring a transgender woman firmly settled in her post-transition world. Marina thrives in her new environment, able to share her talents as a singer in Santiago, Chile on her terms, presenting as the individual she always knew herself to be. She shares her life with her partner, Orlando, an older man with an open heart and a thirst for life.